Greetings from under a pile of carbohydrates! Welcome to Bossy’s Holiday in Review. The first thing you should know is Bossy drank a lot of holiday libations:
And Bossy consumed a lot of holiday food:
In fact, Bossy consumed so much food wrapped in food dipped in other food, Bossy assembled the following flow chart for your consideration:
But Bossy didn’t just eat over the holidays, she did other stuff too! Like eat with friends!
Oh silly Bossy, stop exaggerating! Because Bossy did other things with her friends over the holidays besides eat, such as card games in front of the fire!
And Bossy threw a couple of parties for her extended family. Here they gather on Christmas eve to sing carols with the musical accompaniment of Bossy’s brother and Bossy’s Unhusband and Bossy’s friend Wally:
And then. And then! And then Bossy’s daughter and Bossy’s nieces put on a 8-page single-spaced musical written by Bossy’s daughter to be performed in Bossy’s shoebox diorama already full with fourteen party guests and their musical instruments!
And here’s what the musical was about according to Bossy who had already consumed her weight in red wine because of the above shoebox diorama stress and more:
Rudolph wakes up in his shed one day and he is missing his nose. Where’s his nose? So Rudolph does what any random reindeer would do, he takes his mysterious case to those very famous private investigators, Afro Man and Ski Mask Dude:
And then, due to a limited supply of actors, Afro Man questioned a few of Santa’s reindeers about the crime without the help of Ski Mask Dude:
And then other stuff happened!
And then, yeah!
Bossy doesn’t want to give away the ending she was too drunk to remember, but you can rest assured the suspenseful tale draws to a close with a closing number!
Bossy can sum up her 2010 holidays in this way: Goofs, every one. Bossy wouldn’t have it any other way.
Which is what today’s Ten-Word Challenge is all about. In exactly ten words, can you tell Bossy what your favorite part of the holidays has been so far?
And be sure to check back later today for the holidayist memories on the web.